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“You can only be a control freak when you have weak people around you”.
|Source Of Wealth||Leveraged buyouts, Self Made|
|Residence||New York, NY|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Education||Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of Pennsylvania; Master of Business Administration, Wharton School|
Ronald Perelman’s first business venture was a deal he took while he worked as a freshman at Wharton.
Ronald Perelman purchased Esslinger Brewery for $800,000 with his father and sold it for a profit of $1 Million.
Ronald Perelman is renowned for his ability of purchasing failing companies and later selling them at a large profit margin.
He is the symbol of the Wall Street deal craze of the 1980s, in which more debt-fueled increasingly larger takeovers.
He is one of the board members of Museum of Modern Art. He also served as the chairman of Carnegie Hall till September 2015.
Ronald Perelman resides in his plush estate named, The Creek's located in Georgia pond worth $12.5 Million since 1990.
Ronald Perelman owns a luxury yacht named C2 measuring 78 m with a value of $125 Million.
Ronald Perelman used some of the proceeds from his deals to buy a great deal of art; his collection is conservatively worth $4 Billion.
Ronald Perelman is the owner of “Près Choisis” (now called “The Creeks”), a 40-room Mediterranean-style villa on Georgica Pond in East Hampton, Long Island. It was built in 1899 by the artists Adele and Albert Herter.
Ronald Perelman formerly owned Marvel Entertainment Group.
A multimillion dollar homes on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Multimillion-dollar home at Hampton’s on Long Island.
In 2013, Ronald Perelman donated $50 Million to the NYU Langone Medical Center to create the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Emergency Services.
In 2013, Ronald Perelman donated $25 Million to the University of Pennsylvania to create a new Center for its Economics and Political Science Departments.
In May 2013, he donated $100 Million to the Columbia Business School for the construction of new facilities in Manhattanville.
In 2015, Ronald Perelman donated $500,000 each to Super PACs supporting the presidential candidacies of Lindsey Graham and Jeb Bush.
In 2016, he donated $75 Million to revive plans to build a performing arts center at the World Trade Center site.
The billionaire boasts of one of the most expensive and lavish jet 2006 Gulfstream G550.